School of Natural and Environmental Sciences

Staff Profile

Dr Anthony Watson

Teaching Fellow

Background

My primary role is as a human nutrition teaching fellow in the school of biomedical sciences.

I am a also researcher with an interest in investigating the impact of nutritional interventions upon biological outcomes which could impact acute and chronic cognitive performance, health and healthy ageing. I`m particularly passionate about the design, execution and interpretation of experimental research projects which withstand scientific rigour.

I am also involved in the BBSRC funded Protein for Life project. Protein for life is a collaborative project led by Newcastle University (PI Prof Emma Stevenson) with academic collaborators from The Universities of Bristol, Sheffield, Liverpool and Aberdeen. This project is also supported by seven industry stakeholder partners – Campden BRI, Sainsbury’s, Mondelez International, Bradgate Bakery, Pladis, Nestle and Premier Foods.


http://www.ncl.ac.uk/hnrc/research/projects/proteinforlifetowardsafocusseddietaryframeworkforhealthyageing.html



Area of Expertise

Nutrition, Ageing, Cognition, Food quality.

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Teaching

Module leader

Nut 2002 - Applied and experimental nutrition

Study abroad

Academic lead, nutrition, student employability

Academic skills advisor, Nutrition and sports science

Lecturer on the following modules

NUT1001:Academic and Professional Skills for Nutrition 

NUT1003:Practical Skills in Nutrition

NUT2001:Principles of Nutrition

NUT2002:Applied & Experimental Nutrition

NUT2004:Academic and Professional Skills for Nutrition

NUT3003:Advanced Nutrient Metabolism and Requirements

Publications